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Rose and Milton Friedman at the Nobel ball, 1976

One Week in Stockholm

by Milton Friedman, Rose D. Friedmanvia Hoover Digest
Friday, October 30, 1998

Milton and Rose D. Friedman recall what it was like when Milton received the Nobel Prize in 1976: The Nobel Committee was gracious enough, but the demonstrators in Stockholm were another matter. An excerpt from the Friedmans’ new memoir, Two Lucky People.

Milton and Rose D. Friedman, 1937

Tribute on the Quad

by Milton Friedman, Robert J. Barro, Gary S. Becker, Rose D. Friedman, Walter B. Wristonvia Hoover Digest
Friday, October 30, 1998

Milton and Rose D. Friedman recently published their memoirs, Two Lucky People. Herewith tributes paid to the Friedmans at the dinner the Hoover Institution hosted in their honor on the Stanford Quad.

Rose and Milton Friedman

The Case for Free Trade

by Milton Friedman, Rose D. Friedmanvia Hoover Digest
Thursday, October 30, 1997

In international trade, Hoover fellow Charles Wolf Jr. argues above, deficits don't much matter. Here Milton Friedman and Rose Friedman discuss what does: freedom. A ringing statement of logic and principle.

Rose and Milton Friedman: Our Early Years

by Milton Friedman, Rose D. Friedman, Peter M. Robinsonvia Hoover Digest
Tuesday, April 30, 1996

"If you don't want to be forgotten," Benjamin Franklin wrote in Poor Richard's Almanac, "do something worth the writing, or write something worth the reading." Rose and Milton Friedman decided to do both, leading extraordinary lives, then composing their memoirs, on which they are now working. Here they pause from the hard labor of writing to talk with Hoover fellow Peter Robinson about their early years.